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The Tropical Race 4 fungus is killing this vital crop in Asia, the Middle East and Mozambique.
Five simple changes in water and sanitation can help manage menstruation in crises, says Nicole Klaesener-Metzner.
Evidence-based approaches can help poor countries overcome this major barrier to care, says Jagannath Lamichhane.
Explore how a huge project targeting this infectious eye condition has set the standard for surveying disease.
4. Health risk from Peruvian oil spills still unclear
Two months after leaks, local people do not know if it is safe to drink, bathe in or fish in river water.
Poor nations shouldn’t miss out on advances such as lab-cultured meat and low-methane GM rice, says Jayson Merkley.
A team of Egyptian researchers is using nanotechnology to develop a bandage that speeds up wound healing.
In these photos, schoolgirls in Abuja engage with science supported by the Odyssey Educational Foundation.